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Pakistan's Virat love-affair continues: Fans slam Australian journalist for calling Kohli a 'sweeper'

DNWEB25977 | 9/14/2017 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :233



This isn't the first time the Australian media has attacked Kohli. This also isn't the first time Pakistani fans have stood up for the Indian captain.
Virat Kohli has always shared a volatile relationship with Australians. During the Test series between Team India and Australia earlier this year, tensions were at an all-time high.
The Aussie media even had the audacity to term Kohli classless, and compared the 28-year-old to US President Donald Trump. All this while their captain Steve Smith was suffering brain fades.
Ahead of the first ODI between Pakistan and the World XI side in Lahore on Tuesday, an Australian journalist once again took a cheap shot at Kohli.
The journalist posted a picture of Kohli cleaning a cric
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